I never considered the internet for finding useful information about saving money on my utility bills.
I’d heard about Energy Star Ratings and their new appliances, but didn’t know they also had an organization that provided information about other savings too. I found it while searching the internet for a list of things I could do to keep my Heating, Ventilation, & A/C proposal running efficiently. I wanted to try doing a little of the cleaning & maintenance myself, so I wouldn’t have to spend so much money on servicing all the time. I knew that several of my coworkers did this, so I assumed it was doable. I already changed my air filters on my own, so a couple extra steps sounded doable. Energy Star business’s have a complete list of items that the everyday person can do around their home, including a Heating, Ventilation, & A/C checklist. This would help everyone save on annual utility bills! I was shocked that it wasn’t just about the rating proposal on different appliances.They even had various businesses listed online that sold the best insulation for doors and windows, which would help save on cooling and heating. The Heating, Ventilation, & A/C & appliance maintenance guides gave details about when to contact a HVAC professional too. Apparently, by vacuuming out the air vents & cleaning the coils on a Heating, Ventilation, & A/C component, it can improve the efficiency of a Heating, Ventilation, & A/C proposal overall. I only knew about replacing the filters. I’m super gleeful that I found this online resource. I can’t wait to find other money saving tips online.